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... both in and out on our journey so far.
Picked up a local paper at this campsite, very interesting indeed. First thing of note was the write up about the storm earlier in the week, which was apparently the worst they’d had in 20 years. There was a picture of a Beach Bar in Torre del Mar which we walked past whilst they were cleaning up, Penny commented as there were girls in shorts and ...
... We joined a cult. I mean a tour group.
We couldn’t get regular tickets to the Eiffel Tower - so to avoid lines - we joined a group. Enter douchy, obnoxious, American (from Idaho or Iowa or Indiana - one of the “I” states) tour guide.
He was loud and outwardly cranky about the French, dressed like a slob and actually kinda bossy.
We embarrassingly gathered a few blocks from the tower, with the other sheep/lemmings/participates and were herded ...
... in Spain. This on is huge, a massive fortification with wonderful Moorish architecture. This is definitely a working mans town. Very different from Seville, not the money that Seville must have had during its construction as the buildings are quite simple.
In front of the Alcazaba is a 1st century Roman theater that seems very well preserved. Malaga is a sea port. Nice walkways along the water and some ...
... that's out of our control and in the hands of the Indian embassy. I'll once again be dragging Jed around various parts of Devon and Cornwall where my crazy family reside...add in a few days up in Norfolk and throw in a quick trip to London before we head off again. This time Jed will head to Croatia for a sailing trip, and me to India. Then after two weeks Jed will fly out to Mumbai and meet with Fiona and I for a month of India. Bring it ...
... Spain - I challenge any marketeer to create a logo to promote a brand that is so universally liked that the country adopts it as their own. In 1994, the Roads Ministry ruled that they needed to be removed as they were a distraction to drivers. There was a public outcry, a "Save the Osborne bull" campaign. The Supreme Court ruled in favour of the bull!
So what about the Catalans, who are part of Spain but don't want to be, who ...